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Aug 28, 2010 17:03 |  #1

Up and coming Australian driver Corey Davoll sets the pace at Penrith Regatta Centre....keep your eye on this guy, he is making a name for himself!


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Aug 29, 2010 05:54 |  #2

The picture is nice as is but have you ever taken this same shot with a slower shutter speed and used panning to keep your subject sharp and blur the background to give more of an impression of speed?

They use that technique a lot in motorsports for race cars, motorcycles etc. I wonder if it would work here or if the boat is bouncing too much.


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Aug 29, 2010 15:30 |  #3

Zivnuska,
Yes in hindsight you are perfectly correct. I will next boat race meeting will give that technique a try. Thank you for the tip!
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